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Short disclaimer at the beginning: I already have some stuff running on my laptop, had the idea with blog while I read through all those documetations, so now for the first few posts I gonna try to recreate what I already have done to the poor machine. 257 more words
Tech evangelists, governments and mainstream journalists alike will find themselves dispensing advice about the seriousness of not using a ‘supported’ OS. And while most of this advice will consist of “buy a new PC” or “upgrade to Windows 8″, many will utter the ‘L’ word: 396 more words
For many reasons you might want to install latest version of kernel on your favourite Linux distro and you have no idea how to do this so i come with this little guide. 93 more words
Run this command in terminal
/usr/bin/setxkbmap -option 'ctrl:nocaps'
If you want to swap position of Capslock and Ctrl, use this command:
/usr/bin/setxkbmap -option 'ctrl:swapcaps'
You can add this to Session and Startup –> Application Startup (Choose add new and paste above command to the command textbox) in setting of XFCE4 so that this command will be executed in system’s start.